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Lamborghini Updates Its Other Car With The Gallardo Bicolore

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On: Mon, Jan 31, 2011 at 10:42AM | By: Chris Weiss


Lamborghini Updates Its Other Car With The Gallardo Bicolore

The world's attention may be focused on the Lamborghini Aventador and the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, but there's another winter motor show going on right now, and there's another Lamborghini showing its stuff. Lamborghini presented a special edition it calls the 2011 Gallardo LP560-4 Bicolore at the Qatar Motor Show.

Lamborghini hasn't done anything to upgrade the LP560-4's capability; it leaves the 560-hp 5.2 liter engine, e-gear transmission, and AWD layout untouched. Instead, Lambo focuses on the look of the car, and predictably, considering the name, presents a two-colored car with a distinctive look all its own. The cabin exterior comes in one color: black, while the lower half of the body comes in a selection of colors including giallomidas (yellow), arancio borealis (orange), grigiotelesto (grey), biancomonocerus (white), and blucaelum (blue). 15-spoke aluminum-alloy titanium grey wheels round out the exterior.

The color theme continues inside the blacked-out cabin, where you'll find black leather, piano black accents, and contrast stitching that matches the color of the car. All of the options for the standard LP560-4 are fair game for buyers.

The U.S.-spec Bicolore will be slightly inferior to its European cousin. The Bicolore will be offered only in LP550-4 variety, taking away 10 horses and adding .2 seconds to the 3.7-second 0-to-60 mph time of the LP560-4. No matter, the car is clearly about style as opposed to top-end performance anyway.

Lamborghini has not committed to a price yet.


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